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Hoppy Christmas IPA

Hoppy Christmas IPA

As you sit by the fire this Christmas singing yuletide carols and wondering where the last eleven months have gone, welcome a bit of Scottish Christmas spirit into your life with Brewdog’s Hoppy Christmas IPA. This festive, extra pale ale boasts plenty of palate-pleasing Simcoe hops that deliver sweet citrus aromas of pineapple and papaya…Read More

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The Carry-On Cocktail Kit

The Carry-On Cocktail Kit

Before The Carry-On Cocktail Kit came into fruition, the best you could do at 30,000 feet was a flat sprite or a coke mixed with bottom-shelf whiskey. The Carry-On Cocktail Kit aims to improve your personal in-flight drinking situation by providing everything you need to make two Old Fashioned cocktails. The carry-on tin includes a recipe…Read More

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Neat Ice Kit

Neat Ice Kit

Crafting the perfect drink entails more than top pouring a jigger of top shelf whiskey into a glass with a cube of ice. While this will surely do in a pinch after a long day, a true connoisseur knows that ice can be just as important as the whiskey itself. Meet the Neat Ice Kit…read more

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Whiskey Elements

Whiskey Elements

For those with expensive tastes, you could buy an expensive bottle of perfectly-aged whiskey and drink till your heart’s content. Or you could distill your own and throw in some Whiskey Elements ($10+) to achieve the same effect. They work in any bottle of bottom shelf whiskey as well. Whiskey Elements are flavored sticks of…read more

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memobottle

memobottle

Seeing how more and more commuters are opting for a messenger or laptop bag for their everyday carry, paper-sized water bottles make pretty good sense. They’re called memobottles ($20+)—uniquely shaped, BPA-free water bottles designed to fit seamlessly in your briefcase or bag right next to your Macbook and other devices. Available for preorder on Kickstarter…read more

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Jack Daniel’s – The Whiskey Drum

Jack Daniel’s – The Whiskey Drum

There are plenty of awesome things to make from a empty Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Barrel such as an Adirondack Chair or a pair of headphones. Possibly the coolest, though, is turning a whiskey barrel into a snare drum. Watch and see how it’s done.

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W&P Cocktail Mason Bag

W&P Cocktail Mason Bag

The fact that you’re frequently traveling in no way means you can’t enjoy a libation or two on the way to your destination. The W&P Cocktail Kit With Forest Tote ($150), handcrafted from canvas and leather, is outfitted with all of the needed essentials to concoct an old fashioned on the go including the mason…read more

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Sugarlands Shine

Sugarlands Shine

Aiming to compete with Gatlinburg’s well-known and beloved Old Smoky Moonshine, Sugarlands Shine recently opened up shop in the city and boasts a selection of seven different moonshine flavors, including Appalachian Apple Pie, Old Fashioned Lemonade, Southern Sweet Tea, and a legal version of legendary moonshiner Jim Tom Hedrick’s unaged rye whiskey from the hit…read more

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Smokejumper Smoked Imperial Porter

Smokejumper Smoked Imperial Porter

Craft beer isn’t the only thing that makes Colorado a notable state. Colorado is also known for its natural beauty thanks to an open terrain and dense forests. Protecting those forests from fire destruction, alongside front line wildland firefighters, are the highly trained smokejumpers who fearlessly parachute into the wilderness to combat the destructive blazes.…read more

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Slow & Low Rock and Rye Whiskey

Slow & Low Rock and Rye Whiskey

Sporting a vintage-inspired bottle, Hochstadter’s Slow & Low Rock and Rye Whiskey tastes less like a normal off-the-shelf Kentucky whiskey and more like an Old Fashioned thanks to a hearty blend of aged rye whiskeys, raw local honey, and Florida naval oranges included in its concoction. Slow & Low Rock and Rye is best imbibed…read more

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